Software Test Engineer

£30000 - £40000 per annum
30 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Software Test Engineer


Have experience as a Software Engineer and good knowledge of C++ or C# and automated software testing? Are you confident in utilising your skills in a customer focussed and facing role? If so, this is the job for you!

Potential candidates will be working for the world leaders in their field, as just recently the company has managed to secure its biggest deal and is only going to progress in its sector. This is due to the fact that this particular market is rapidly developing, therefore potential Software Test Engineers will be joining a company creating next generation software platforms that revolutionise the market.

Key duties Software Test Engineers will have to undertake include software development, (automated) software testing, level 2 customer support and configuration management. In addition, ideal candidates for the role will be confident in a customer facing role and be willing to travel occasionally to meet the demands of the company.

The company offers an enticing benefits scheme which includes a 6% company contribution pension, life assurance, income protection, private medical insurance, dental insurance, critical illness insurance along with many other benefits.

Software Test Engineer skills required:
  • C++ or C# experience
  • Previous commercial experience as a Software Engineer or Test Engineer
  • Experience with test automation
  • Windows configuration
  • Experience with customer support
  • Understanding of configuration within Linux systems
  • Experience with TeamViewer or other remote access software tools
  • Windows administration
  • Network infrastructure experience
Education required:
  • A degree or similar level of qualification in Computer Science or a related subject

Position: Software Test Engineer

Location: Cambridge

Salary: £30-40k

Key Skills: C++/C#, Windows, Testing, Automated Testing

Apply: kirsty AT enterpriserecruitment DOT com

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